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    Virginia Liston - I Never Knew What The Blues Were / Dont Agitate Me Blues (Shellac)

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    1. Doshura

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      The Virginia Blues were something I spent a good deal of energy worrying about prior to leaving for the trail. How would I handle miles of repetition? If playing the same song over and over again is a tactic used against POWs, would this stretch cause a similar bout of insanity? A large portion of people who drop off the trail do so in.
    2. Akinorr

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      The East Virginia Blues This song is by The Carter Family and appears on the album The Carter Family Volume 1 - (). I was born in East Virginny North Carolina I did go There I spied a fair young lady And her age I do not know Her hair was dark in color Her cheeks were rosy red Upon her breast she wore white lilies Where I longed to lay my head Oh, at my heart you are my darlin.
    3. Mazunos

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      Virginia Liston: Don't Agitate Me Blues I Never Knew What The Blues Were: ? OKeh: Sylvester Weaver: I'm Busy And You Can't Come In Smoketown Strut: ? OKeh: Three Deacons: John Jaspar's Camp Meeting Camp Meeting - Part 2: ?
    4. Tygokora

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      Listen to your favorite songs from Virginia Liston Vol. 1 () by Virginia Liston Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
    5. Bralabar

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      Apr 26,  · In the later ’s, “Make Me a Pallet” appeared in blues recordings by Ethel Waters, Virginia Liston and Mississippi John Hurt (under the title “Ain’t No Tellin”). It also occurs as part of a medley in Henry Thomas’ “Bob McKinney” and the melody of Willie Harris’ “Never .
    6. Disida

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      Don't take me wrong I do like East Virginia E7 F And Richmond's full of hospitality C Except for one Virginia girl I know of G7 C That made a perfect love wreck out of me F G7 C Blue blue Virginia blues F G7 There ain’t no blue like blue Virginia blues.
    7. Karisar

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      Them "Has Been" Blues Lyrics: Maybe you'd like to know, know why I'm blue / Know why I'm blue, know why I'm blue / Maybe some day it might happen to you / Yes, it might happen to you / When I tell.
    8. Tajar

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      OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource: Contents: v. 1. 18 Sept. to c. 25 Oct. Bed time blues --You thought I was blind but now I see --You don't know my mind blues --Sally Long blues --Don't agitate me blues --Happy shout --House rent stomp --Shreveport blues --You can have it (I don't want it) (vocal duet with Sam Gray) --Just take one long last lingering look.

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